Today, RedGamingTech has released more information about AMD's new mobile processors, Phoenix and Dragon Range.
First of all, Dragon Range is an APU for the game book, so its core is very small, only 2 CU. The number of cores in this series of APUs is as follows:
R9 7980HX: 16 cores
R9 7900 hx 12 nuclear
R7 7800 hx 8 cores
R5 7600 hx 6 nuclear
The Phoenix apUS will still use the maximum 8-core CPU specification, but the core performance will be significantly improved. Sources believe the Phoenix core will feature a 1536-stream processor at 2.6ghz to 3ghz. The series will consume 60-70W of power, putting it on par with the RTX 3060 mobile. In addition, Phoenix series APUs will support LPDDR5X-8400 memory, providing greater bandwidth for core display.
It is also reported that the same unlimited cache that AMD currently uses for standalone displays will also be used for core displays.
At THE AMD Financial Analyst Day 2022, AMD shared its roadmap for a new generation of notebook processors. AMD's new generation mobile CPU, codenamed Phoenix Point, is powered by a 4nm process, Zen4 architecture, an RDNA3 GPU, and an AIE engine.